LaCroix contains ingredient 'used in cockroach insecticide,' lawsuit alleges

The lawsuit might be right in disputing LaCroix's "all-natural" claim, but fans of the sparkling water probably don't have much to worry about.

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  • The lawsuit claims LaCroix's parent company is "intentionally misleading consumers" by claiming its drink is all natural.
  • The lawsuit lists three "synthetic" chemicals used to make LaCroix, all of which the FDA classifies, in some way, as synthetic.
  • However, these chemicals are all naturally occurring and there's no research that suggests they're harmful to humans in small amounts.
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